The following articles were published recently on www.biketothesea.com.
The idea for the community garden came from Ward 5 City Councilor Barbara Murphy and was built by the city in conjunction with Bike to the Sea Inc. and Groundwork Somerville, a non-profit dedicated to working with youth to help improve the environment and at the same time the social well-being of the community.
The garden at the intersection of the newly paved trail and Railroad Avenue will have 25 planting beds that Malden residents can adopt for just $20 per year. Community gardeners buy their own plants or seeds but water is provided by the city and some hand tools are kept on site.
More information about renting a garden bed can be obtained by emailing: email@example.com.
Article from Hallmark Health System Magazine | Fall 2014